The "Donny" mistake is quite funny. It is easy to see how your could make that mistake. It reminded me of aural equivalent. Someone I know (I will not embarass her publicly) thought that the title line of the Arrowsmith song "Walk this way" actually was "Gorgeous Wayne". It seems absurd, but listen to it; When Steven Tyler sings the words "Walk this way", it does sound a lot like "Gorgeous Wayne".
Perhaps Donny and Wayne are related?
Godley and Creme, who spun off from 10CC also had an 80's hit called Cry. I liked the song and was surprised to learn they were part of the 1970's band. How about one of my favorite 70's songs, Moonlight Feels Right by Starbuck. I love the xylophone solo in it.
As a fully paid up member of the NYAS ( Neil Young Appreciation Society) this is sacrilege! Donny was the best one!
Going to see old Shakey in Newcastle & Glasgow next week - can't wait.
Any other "rustie" EE readers out there!
I gave up on concerts when the people would not shut up for Donovan, in New Orleans, a bunch of years ago. And I have passed by concerts that were way to loud at 200yards distance. They would have to be "ear-bleeding-loud" inside the venue. And I already suffer enough hearing loss that I really don't need any more.
But I did get talked into visiting a concert of "Trio con Brio" that was quite awsome. When the performance started it was absolute silence in the audience.
I do like rock music, most of it I like a lot. But never earbleedingloud. That is just way to much.
And no, the eagles almost never used the same harmony, so the mistake is quite reasonable.
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